As was said in Chapter 3, what is important in an essay is that it answers the question. You will not be asked to write an essay, either as a piece of coursework or in an examination, which simply requires you to reproduce the relevant material from either your lecture notes or a textbook. So do not do it. One of the keys to avoiding reproduction is to develop a structure for your answer which makes sure that you have examined all the points relevant to the question you have been asked.
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